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ISSUE 120 VOL 6 PUBLISHED 11/3/2006

Arts and Entertainment

Jamnesty performances disappoint: Despite a lackluster line-up, concert raises money for Darfur

The Jamnesty Concert in the Lion’s Pause Sunday night supported a good cause, but it was no Live 8. The benefit show, which concluded Human Rights Week, brought together three somewhat diverse bands in one evening of music.

Trevor Davis shows multi-dimensional appeal

If it wasn’t the Spirit moving in the Lion’s Pause the night of Oct. 24, it certainly was the feet of the audience members. They were bouncing to the upbeat melodies of Trevor Davis, who stole the show with a broad brand of blues-inflected pop, spasmodic vocals and personal proclamations of the faith that backs his lyrical musings.

Fist Full of Knuckles engages small crowd

Barely noticed by the oh-so-subversive stream of Oles on their way to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a loud but little-attended music performance was going on in the Lion's Lair on Saturday, Oct. 28.

Some very fancy dancing: Larry Yazzie kicks off Native American Weeks

I was captivated as Fancy Dancer Larry Yazzie began his dance at the Native American Weeks Opening Ceremony the afternoon of Oct. 24. I was hypnotized by the way all the colors blended together and made the dance seem exotic and surreal.

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